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Zoeeyy.
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I have been on The Pill for about 1 year. Today I had unprotected sex around lunch and then took my pill at the usual time that night. About 5 to 10 minutes after taking The Pill I had to poo but it wasnt diarrhea, will The Pill still be in my system?
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Yes, what you're describing would not affect absorption of your contraceptive pill. It should work as effectively as usual.

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